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Wednesday, July 18, 2007


Cheney is now threatening again to invoke executive privilege only about two weeks after having said he was not in the executive branch and hence not subject to presidential dictates affecting the executive branch.

Weeks after claiming that it was not a part of the executive branch, the Office of Vice President Dick Cheney appears to be readying an independent assertion of executive privilege.

The move emerged in an exchange of letters with the Senate Judiciary Committee, which granted an extension for the White House to comply with a subpoena on documents related to President George W. Bush's domestic spying program.

Counsel to the Vice President Shannen Coffin appeared to imply that Cheney's office may assert executive privilege after it finishes reviewing documents that are responsive to the committee's subpoena. The documents are due today.

It's nice to always be on the side of the fence where the grass is greener, no matter which side of the fence you're on.


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